Luxurious looks make fashion bloom in the desert. The arid sand dunes of Little Sahara State Park in northwest Oklahoma beckoned us. The desert’s constantly shifting, seemingly endless hills have a stark beauty all their own, making a perfect backdrop to showcase this season’s fashion. Enjoy!
A nude illusion dress with embroidered orchids by For Love & Lemons makes for a stunning silhouette; available at 200 Park For Her.
Let your outfit show that your sense of style is not to be tangled with: a Missoni black-and-white wool poncho perfect for a desperado, paired with a Bailey44 check top and Paige black denim skinny jean. Available from Balliets in Classen Curve, along with Loeffler Randall gray leather satchel with fringe, Prada sunglasses with silver studs and Lucky Star silver hoop earrings with chain fringe. The field hat is the stylist’s own.
Knits are an outstanding staple for any closet – this Missoni Zebra knit dress answers the call in style. The gold earrings by Julie Vos and the Stella McCartney black kid suede bag with gold chain detail add a deftly fashionable finishing touch; all available at Balliets in Classen Curve.
Eye-catching glamour in any conditions: Cédric Charlier navy and black gown with Moschino gold cuffs, from The Consortium in Nichols Hills Plaza.
200 Park For Her hits the mark with this Bohemian look: Free People paisley print crepe dress with loose-knit crochet vest, gold necklace and earrings by Sarah Briggs and a Hammitt tan leather bag that features gold grommet detailing with this season’s must-have detail – fringe.
At the top of our list for this season are comfy cable-knit sweaters, and this Vince cable-knit cardigan in gray and cream native print tops off a sumptuously comfy weekend outfit when matched with boyfriend jeans and a heather long-sleeved tee; from CK & Co. in Nichols Hills Plaza.
Special thanks to model Sierrah Hull from Brink Model Management, make up artist Sharon Tabb and Oklahoma Parks and Tourism.
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